Martin/Martin Expands New Mexico Office

May 14, 2013 in News

LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Martin/Martin, Inc., a full-service civil and structural engineering firm, has relocated its Albuquerque office.

After years of working in New Mexico, the Colorado-based firm opened an office in the state last summer. Martin/Martin recently moved to a new location at 5353 Wyoming Blvd. NE, Ste. 2A, Albuquerque, NM87109.

News PR - May JerryAssociate Jerry A. May, PE, a longtime New Mexico resident and civil engineer, heads the office. He has extensive expertise in planning, assessment, design, construction, monitoring and operations of water, wastewater, solid waste and environmental systems. May is a 21-year New Mexico resident, a University of New Mexico graduate, a registered New Mexico professional engineer, and a licensed New Mexico general contractor. He has worked with numerous small communities, tribes, state and federal agencies commercial and private clients across New Mexico.

“My depth of project experience in New Mexico and Martin/Martin’s record of successful work with a variety of small communities has proven to be a good match,” May said. “Our local presence provides the opportunity for clients in New Mexico to experience the talents of a nationally recognized engineering firm.” 

Martin/Martin is currently working with Upper Arroyo Hondo MDWCA in TaosCounty to provide planning, design, construction and startup services for their drinking water system as well as other water system improvements.

The firm is also working on a wastewater treatment plant project for the Paa-Ko Communities Sewer Association. Martin/Martin is working on several current structural engineering projects for facilities in Santa Fe and Los Alamos, and is in the process of inspecting all of the bridges and tunnels on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad line in New Mexico, as well.

Other past Martin/Martin New Mexico projects have included engineering design for National Park Service and US Forest Service work at ChacoCultureNationalHistoricPark, BandelierNational Monument, Carlsbad Caverns, El Rito Recreation Area, Gila and Carson national forests, and projects at Holloman Air Force Base and Prewitt Refinery.

Mr. May can be reached at (505) 242-4435 or by e-mail at